The Bucknell Institute for Public Policy (BIPP) is hiring several Student Fellows for fall 2014 semester. Student Fellow responsibilities support the Institute's goals and would include the following: maintaining and advancing the Institute's social media efforts, including the BIPP Facebook page and BIPP blog; advertising and promoting events to the student body; helping to plan BIPP events and activities; assisting in long-term programming for the Institute; conducting feasibility studies for a proposed Bucknell Center for Survey Research. Responsibilities would vary depending on scheduled activities, but average 5-10 hours per week (not to exceed 120 hours per semester). We welcome applications from any major-as long as you have an interest in policy making and politics, consider applying to be a Fellow.
Applications will be accepted from Aug. 27 through Sept. 12, 2014 or until we have our positions filled for the year.
To apply, please forward a cover letter, resume and at least one letter of reference to:
Meg Martin, BIPP Program Assistant at email@example.com
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